it depends on your definition of a good result. i think the result is predictable and I am afraid that you will feel that they hang too low for a young woman if you do not get a lift. that is a fairly good size implant for a petite woman. if you were refusing mastopexy , I would do a biplane augmention. get a formal consult good luck
Thank you for your photos and question. with implants only without lifting you will not get good results in your case and sitution you need to have lifting plus implants to get good results.
Thanks for the question and photos. You are probably borderline in terms of needing a lift in addition to an augmentation. You will definitely have larger fuller breasts with 450-475cc, the question is where you nipple will sit in relation to the implants. The good news is that if you can always get a lift as a second stage if you feel your nipples are too low on your breasts after you have had a chance to heal from your augmentation. In person consultations and exams are always best to get a good understanding of the patients' goals and expectations. Best of luck!
Your question depends on what you are trying to achieve through surgery. Please consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your goals and expectations.
Depending upon your expectations you may be satisfied with the results of an augmentation alone. However, in my opinion your case is intermediate for needing a lift - a physical exam (as well as a more detailed discussion of your goals) would be needed prior to making formal recommendations. I hope this is helpful.
Thank you for the question. You can certainly get an improvement with just doing an augmentation. Make an appointment with a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your goals. Best of luck.
I suspect if you see a good board certified surgeon you will get a good result. Don't commit to a certain size or volume of implant until you have had a consultation where your surgeon will measure and evaluate your breasts and discuss your goals and expectations. Choosing the correct size of an implant should be based on multiple factors (chest measurement, amount of existing breast tissue, activity level and lifestyle of the patient, quality of the skin, etc) so take your time. Good luck!
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Absolutely! I believe that you could get a good
result with implants alone. Oftentimes, an augmentation can give the illusion
of a lift. After a minimum of 9 months, when the implant has settled, you'll
have a better idea whether or not you think your breasts are perky enough. For more information on this and
similar topics, I recommend a plastic surgery Q&A book like "The Scoop
On Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts the Myths."
It's a little difficult to answer your question definitively without a thorough examination to look at your breast tissue characteristics. Your nipples are a little low on the breast (as one might expect after 3 kids!) and even a large implant may not lift them into a perfect position. However, from the photos you have supplied, I suspect that a high profile implant of 475cc placed over the muscle would give you the best chance of a nice natural result.
One little test you can do at home is to stand in front of the mirror and put your hands on top of your head. Do your nipples move up much? This is an estimation of how far the nipples will move over an implant. If the nipples do not move at all then a nipple lift may be necessary to prevent the nipple position looking a little 'sad'.
Your surgeon will be able to assess all of these things with a thorough examination.